Cyber Security Education Collaboration (UoAS)

Cyber Security Education Collaboration between Dutch Universities of Applied Science

This afternoon session focuses on sharing practice based education and research practices. With the coming of age of CS curricula more room is available to partner and share across institutional boundaries. National initiatives like the Centre of Excellence for Cyber Security and the Hague Security Delta further spur this collaboration. What are the good practices and what are the road blocks toward closer collaboration? As cases we take joint project plan development, open cases, open courseware, distance education, and research colloquia.

13.30  Intro: setting the stage for collaboration

           Henk de Poot, Senior Advisor Regieorgaan SIA-NWO

13.40  An overview of CS education and research at UoAS.

           A case for multidisciplinary education

           Wouter Stol, Professor Open University (NL), NHL UoAS, Police Academy

14.00 Case experience: Research in curricula, research centers, promotion processes, and co-operation with public and private parties.

          Trijntje van Dijk, Researcher Security Management Saxion Universities

14.20 Setting up a triple helix collaboration without centralized government funding,a curse or a blessing? 

          Stefan Ellenbroek, Manager Center of Expertise at UoAS The Hague

14.45 Knowledge market/networktime/tea


Chaired by Peter van der Wijden
Peter van der Wijden is a lecturer in IT at Leiden University of Applied Sciences and (verwijderd: longtime)  member of the HBO-I Education Quality Platform. Since 2009 he has supervised (research) collaboration with private and public partners to integrate practice into the IT curriculum. These partnerships helped Van der Wijden and colleague Jos Griffioen to establish the Leiden  IT Forensics curriculum which is now in its sixth year.